Set up a reasonable and nightly bedtime. Do your best sticking to it. Eight hours is ideal. Stay away from stimulants such as caffeinated drinks, sugars and alcohol before bedtime. Unwind from the day one hour prior to bed by turning off all electronics.
A nightly routine 30 minutes before bed such as brush your teeth, take a warm shower or a bath, write in a journal, can keep you from getting distracted with other tasks. Sleep in a dark and quiet room.
These are a few tips for sleeping for people living with fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
What helps you get a good night’s sleep?